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Modulation of voltage-activated Ca currents by pain-inducing agents in a dorsal root ganglion neuronal line, F-11

Journal of Neuroscience Research

Feb 1, 1993

K Kusano, H Gainer

Abstract

Whole cell currents evoked by pain-inducing agents--bradykinin (Bk), capsaicin (Cap), and reciniferatoxin (RTX), and their modulation of voltage-activated Ca currents were examined in F-11 cells using a patch electrode voltage clamp technique. Most F-11 cells generated action potentials...read more

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KNG1
Cyclic Peptides
Neurons
Action Potentials
PDZK1 gene
Tetrodotoxin
Calcium Channel
Entire Spinal Nerve Ganglion
Conus magus toxin
Bradykinin Assay
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Modulation of voltage-activated Ca currents by pain-inducing agents in a dorsal root ganglion neuronal line, F-11

Journal of Neuroscience Research

Feb 1, 1993

K Kusano, H Gainer

PMID: 8383774

DOI: 10.1002/jnr.490340203

Abstract

Whole cell currents evoked by pain-inducing agents--bradykinin (Bk), capsaicin (Cap), and reciniferatoxin (RTX), and their modulation of voltage-activated Ca currents were examined in F-11 cells using a patch electrode voltage clamp technique. Most F-11 cells generated action potentials...read more

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Cyclic Peptides
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Action Potentials
PDZK1 gene
Tetrodotoxin
Calcium Channel
Entire Spinal Nerve Ganglion
Conus magus toxin
Bradykinin Assay

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